Emilio Mwai Kibaki had the best chance to unite Kenyans after the 2002 elections. Other than the Kalenjin nation, the rest of the country voted overwhelmingly for Mwai Kibaki, something that probably can only be rivaled by the support Jomo Kenyatta received when he became the first Kenya’s Prime Minister and and the first President.
Is David Ndii paranoid? I have been to Sudan twice, in 2010 and early 2011 before South Sudan became a Republic. In both occasions, it dawned on me that of the African countries I have been to, Sudanese are the most hospitable, most friendly. They care, always ready to help a stranger. During my visits